A number of countries are suffering increasingly severe droughts and water shortages. Kenyan farmers are using sand dams and solar pumps to help tackle the water crisis.
Coastal marsh plants provide significant protection from surges and devastating storms. New research shows how they can be effectively restored and managed.
Researchers are looking at how ancient civilizations managed their water in scarce areas, inspiring current techniques to tackle worsening droughts and climate change.
Over 40 percent of households in Sudan do not have access to basic water services and 67 percent of the population do not have access to basic sanitation.
The ocean plays a huge role in regulating the climate. As we head to COP26, Radio Davos dips into tropical and Arctic waters and speaks to the UN oceans tsar.
New ways to purify water that rely on tech and accessible materials are key given over half the population could suffer from a lack of potable water by 2032.
Climate change has worsened water scarcity, as demand grows in tandem with the global population. The problem may soon be a focus of discussions at COP26.
If we don’t come together and figure out how to reach more people faster, 1.6 billion people will still be without safe drinking water in 2030.
Prior to these vending machines, Nairobi residents had to buy polluted water from informal vendors charging extortionate prices, usually stolen from municipal pipes.
From the Caspian Sea to Lake Superior, the world's largest lakes cover areas sometimes even larger than countries. Take a look at 25 of the world's biggest.
4.2 billion people around the world lack access to safely managed sanitation services, but a more circular approach to wastewater could help.
One village in Kenya has used traditional methods to restore a vital water source.
To improve the lives and livelihoods of those that rely on the land in the Azawak, Amman Imman is working to tackle water scarcity and restore the ecosystems.
In some municipalities in Mexico City, women can spend almost an entire working week on water-related activities, but nature-based solutions could help.
Recent droughts and heatwaves are having serious knock-on effects for the world's economic sectors such as food and energy. How can this be addressed?